Code You Should Never See in PL/SQL

If you ever run across any of the following, apply the suggested cleanup or contact the owner of the code…or run for the hills.

I am pretty sure many of my readers will have suggestions for other code that should never appear in your PL/SQL programs. Let me know in the comments and I will add them to the post (giving me all the credit of course — no, just joking! YOUR NAME will be in bright lights).


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